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STRATEGIC TEACHING - TWIRL SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 www. tcss. net
WELCOME & EXPECTED OUTCOMES FOR TODAY Identify and analyze Superintendent’s non-negotiables. Review the five components of strategic teaching. Discuss and evaluate the TWIRL component. Analyze Strategic Teaching elements from video clips. Create strategic lesson, concentrating on student engagement (TWIRL).
NON-NEGOTIABLES http: //www. tcss. net/Page/18779 (link to Dr. Swinford’s welcome back) What are her five non-negotiables for 2013 -2014?
Teaching College and Career Ready Standards and Content Literacy Standards Using Strategic Teaching and ARI strategies Collaborating with planning and data analysis for informed instruction Have rich, interactive discussions and planning between regular education and special education Using vertical alignment for consistency from K-12
CCRS AND STRATEGIC TEACHING IN OUR CLASSROOMS In small groups, identify the five components of Strategic Teaching.
ONE LEARNING OUTCOME Decide what it is the students will be able to do TODAY as a result of this lesson. State the outcome in student friendly terms.
TWO INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES IN EVERY LESSON 1. Chunking 2. Student Discussions/Pairs or Small Groups
THREE PARTS TO A STRATEGIC LESSON Before During After
FOUR STEPS TO EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION I Do We Do Y’all Do You Do Self
FIVE COMPONENTS OF ACTIVE LITERACY
Video clip – identify and discuss CCRS and Strategic Teaching observed http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=t. CQ 2 RQQUh. Io (reading-writing connection HS – 7. 26 minutes) http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=u 7 zyl 9 z. Fj 0 Y (Volume and Spheres – MS – 10. 51 minutes) http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=Mf 2 q. SQErj. FU (Spanish lesson – middle school)
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION What Strategic Teaching methods are you implementing in your classrooms?
In groups, create a strategic lesson, using the blank template, and identify each element of TWIRL throughout.
STRATEGIC TEACHING RESOURCES Sign in Employee/School Resources Intranet Instruction – Secondary Strategic Teaching